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Chief Larry Snelling, the man nominated by Mayor Brandon Johnson to be Chicago’s next police superintendent, smiles Monday during a press conference at City Hall.

Chief Larry Snelling, the man nominated by Mayor Brandon Johnson to be Chicago’s next police superintendent, smiles Monday during a press conference at City Hall.

Ashlee Rezin

Chief Larry Snelling, the man nominated by Mayor Brandon Johnson to be Chicago’s next police superintendent, smiles Monday during a press conference at City Hall.

Chief Larry Snelling, the man nominated by Mayor Brandon Johnson to be Chicago’s next police superintendent, smiles Monday during a press conference at City Hall.

Ashlee Rezin

Johnson picks CPD veteran Snelling as top cop

Chicagoans will have the chance to meet Snelling at a future public hearing.

Chief Larry Snelling, the man nominated by Mayor Brandon Johnson to be Chicago’s next police superintendent, smiles Monday during a press conference at City Hall.

Ashlee Rezin

   

Mayor Brandon Johnson has chosen 29-year Chicago Police Department veteran Larry Snelling as superintendent after a month-long search.

Reset discusses what challenges Snelling faces ahead if confirmed.

GUESTS: Chip Mitchell, WBEZ criminal justice reporter

Craig Futterman, Clinical Prof. of Law at University of Chicago Law School & a Resident Dean of the College

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